Essentials: 5 styles to emulate from TV’s notable characters

For the sartorially confused, look no further than the characters in your TV set for five steal-worthy styles.


1. Dr. Austin Langham in “Masters of Sex”


Vintage style aficionados might admire Don Draper’s polished ensembles in “Mad Men.” Yet, a frontrunner in the retro style department has emerged in the form of Dr. Austin Langham, in timeless tweed suits and pocket squares.

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2. Daniel Grayson in “Revenge”


A nice guy-turned-ruthless villain, Daniel Grayson’s Hamptons-chic style in is the right blend of business conservative and playtime casual.

Read DA MAN’s interview with Josh Bowman here


3. Blaine Anderson in “Glee”


Lending a schoolboy charm to the hit series with a meticulously tailored uniform and sheepish adolescent smile is Blaine Anderson from “Glee.” Take a cue from the boy next door and sport quirky-patterned bowties to show off your personality.

Read DA MAN’s interview with Darren Criss here


4. Mike Weston in “The Following”


Mike Weston might at first seem like the unassuming nice guy in T-shirt and jeans, but little details like a dog tag army chain and a worn leather jacket allude to the impression that he’s not one to be messed with.

Read DA MAN’s interview with Shawn Ashmore here


5. Fitzgerald Grant in “Scandal”


Buttoned-up, structured and ultra-polished, there’s no room for style mistake in Fitzgerald Grant’s wardrobe of immaculate suits and dress shoes.

Read DA MAN’s interview with Tony Goldwyn here